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Poorest must not be trampled in vaccines...

"Every government rightly wants to do everything it can to protect its people," Tedros told a virtual press conference.

Coronavirus toll on Friday

At least 56,872,830 cases of coronavirus have been registered. Of these, at least 36,274,600 are now considered recovered.

France aiming to start Covid vaccinations...

According to the World Health Organization, some 42 "candidate vaccines" are currently undergoing clinical trials. 

Climate change bigger threat than Covid:...

The world should react with the same urgency to climate change as to the coronavirus crisis, the Red Cross said Tuesday, warning that global warming poses...

WHO registers one-day record in new Covid-19...

The World Health Organization's coronavirus dashboard on Sunday showed a record daily number of new Covid-19 cases over the weekend. The WHO's figures...

WHO warns of 'explosion' of virus cases in...

COVID-19 | The World Health Organization in Europe on Thursday said they were seeing an "explosion" of virus cases in the European region and warned...

Europe's coronavirus infections top 11 million...

Europe passed a new bleak milestone Tuesday after reporting more than 11 million coronavirus cases, as Austria and Greece became the latest countries on...

Europe's coronavirus infections top 11 million...

A French hospitals federation said the pressure was such that authorities were planning to transfer Covid-19 patients to Germany for treatment -- as Belgium...

WHO chief in quarantine after contact tests...

"I have been identified as a contact of someone who has tested positive for #COVID19," Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in a tweet.

Trump boosted by Supreme Court confirmation...

The Republican-controlled Senate elevated Amy Coney Barrett to the lifelong position in a 52-48 vote.

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